Speechmasters Graduation Program at Solana Pacific Elementary School

Solana Pacific students at the Speechmasters Graduation ceremony: Top row (L-R): Nikhil Chilakapati, Sara Zhang, Ellie Flint, Madeleine Wallace, Thomas Freedman, Manit Bishnoi, Ryan Ross, Noah Monroy, Caden Peck, Mrs. Shannon Peck; 2nd row (L-R): Mrs. Mojgan Amini, Eden Deng, Rajit Agarwal, Alena Cardwell, Reagan Johnson, Raymon Li, David Datta, Sean Kim, Anastasia Gaball; 3rd row (L-R): Reva Agashe, Maya Kabakibi, Shawdi Amini, Meghana Garcia, Karen Ptashek, David Chang; Front row (L-R): Pallvi Tangirala, Emily Zhang, Tavisha Thapar, Nathan Chen; Not pictured: Gayathri Gunasekaran, Gaurie Gunasekaran, Kylee Steele, Peyton Steele, Athena Tsu, Sam Ziberman.

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